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Citrus Trees


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Meyer Lemon Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Easy to grow
  • Best disease resistance
  • Very fragrant

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Clementine Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Most popular orange
  • Grows anywhere in US
  • Very fragrant leaves

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Key Lime Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Most popular lime
  • Grows anywhere potted
  • Very fragrant

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Persian 'Bearss' Lime Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Great for pies
  • Large limes
  • Grows anywhere potted

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Owari Satsuma Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Most cold-hardy orange
  • Seedless & easy to peel
  • Sweet, delicious oranges

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Navel Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Very ornamental
  • Delicious fruit
  • Easy to grow

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Nagami Kumquat

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Very ornamental
  • Delicious fruit
  • Disease resistant

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Blood Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Ideal for Patios
  • Low maintenance
  • Very few seeds

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Calamondin Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Flowers Year-Round
  • Great for containers
  • Heavy Scent

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Ruby Red Grapefruit

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Delicious, Juicy Fruit
  • Easy to grow indoors
  • Loads of fruit!

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Cara Cara Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Known as the red-fleshed navel orange
  • Sweet, delicious oranges
  • Seedless

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Tangelo Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Easy to grow
  • Extremely healthy
  • Great patio plant

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Nagami Kumquat Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Very ornamental
  • Delicious fruit
  • Disease resistant

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Lemon-Lime Citrus Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Margarita Tree!
  • Conversation Starter
  • Great for Containers

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Buddha's Hand Citron

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Oldest known citrus fruit
  • Finger-like fruit
  • Fragrant clusters of blooms

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California Honey Mandarin Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Best tasting Mandarin
  • Easy to grow in container
  • Full of nutritional value

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Hardy Orange Tree 'Flying Dragon'

Growing Zones: 5-10

  • Beautiful Barrier Hedge
  • Hardy in Most Regions
  • Deer and Rabbit Resistant

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Kishu Mandarin Tree (Seedless)

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Seedless snack
  • Easy to peel
  • Easy to grow

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Page Mandarin Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Extremely Sweet and Juicy
  • Long Growing Season
  • Outdoor or Indoor Plant

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Valencia Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Sweet, refreshing juice
  • Packed with Vitamin C
  • Two harvest per year

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Pixie Mandarin Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Seedless
  • Sweet and Mild
  • Grows Indoors and Outdoor

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Midknight Valencia Orange

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Long growing season
  • Can grow in a container
  • Easy to grow

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Kinnow Mandarin Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Can grow in or outside
  • Produces lots of fruit
  • Enticing fragrance

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Smith Red Orange

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Unique and Flavorful
  • Most cold hardy orange
  • Harvests in late winter

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Lane Late Navel Orange

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Great container tree
  • Full of Vitamin C
  • Brighten up your garden

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Ponderosa Lemon

Growing Zones: 9-11 outdoors

  • Year-round harvests
  • Abundant producer
  • Ornamental & Fragrant

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Robertson Navel Orange

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Easy to grow
  • Nutritious and delicious
  • Can grow in a container

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Murcott Honey Mandarin Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Sweet, refreshing juice
  • Gorgeous red-orange fruit
  • Early harvest

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Chinotto Sour Orange Tree

Growing Zones: 8-11 outdoors

  • Great houseplant
  • Delicious cooking oranges
  • Easy to grow

Read Why Our Customers Bought...



Citrus Trees

Citrus is a genus of shrubs and flowering trees that produce citrus fruits including:

You'll love owning a citrus tree just for the amazing aroma and beautiful foliage that provide year-round beauty. Their glossy, dark green leaves don't fall off these evergreens, and are accompanied by delicate and very fragrant 5-pedaled white flowers each spring. The fruits set shortly after the flowers emerge. Most citrus will ripen in the fall or early winter months.

Flowering Spring

Fruit Early Summer

Ripens Fall & Winter

ANYONE and EVERYONE Can Grow Citrus!

While most orchards reside in subtropical regions of Florida and California in the US, anyone outside of Zone 10 can grow citrus in a container. You can expect all of our dwarf trees that are planted in the ground to reach between 6' and 12' tall, whereas container grown plants will max out at 5'. No matter the height, you'll yield a large harvest of plump, juicy fruit year after year.

Indoor / Outdoors: 4' to 5'

Outdoors: 8' to 12'

Cold Sensitivities

The degree of cold temperatures your citrus tree can tolerate, depends on the variety and the amount of foliage that exists on that plant. Some types of Citrus can tolerate freezing temperatures for a few hours, but it's always best to protect them from the cold.

Here are some general rules of thumb regarding when you should bring your container plant indoors, or cover your outside plant with a frost cloth:

Lemons: 20° Fahrenheit

Oranges:14° Fahrenheit

Limes: 32° Fahrenheit

Kumquats:20° Fahrenheit

Grapfruits:28° Fahrenheit

Want Fruit Immediately?

You Won't Have to Wait 3 to 6 Years to Get Fruit!

You'll get delicious citrus from your tree the first year! We carefully hand graft each citrus tree by taking a bud from an existing healthy citrus tree and grafting it into the root stock of another variety. Because we have control of knowing the best cultivars, we pair them with rootstocks selected for disease resistance and hardiness.

This is a process that we've perfected, and can narrow down the exact day a tree can be shipped so you'll get the maximum amount of fruit without delay.

Sun Requirements

Citrus requires 5 to 6 hours of direct sunlight a day and will do well with up to 12 hours of sunshine. If you're planting outside, be sure to choose a sunny spot that is also protected from wind damage.

If you're enjoying your plant indoors, make sure to place it in front of a window that receives the most light. These plants thrive in warm, humid climates, so creating a space with relative humidity is key. This is possible by using a humidifier and placing the tree on a pebble tray. Avoid placing it under a heat vent as this will quickly dry out the plant.

Planted In Full Sunlight

Potted Indoors

Patio or Deck

Self-Fruiting & Cross Pollinators

Most citrus varieties are self-fertile, so you don't have to have more than one tree.

Although if you do - that will increase the size of your harvest. Planted outside, mother nature manages the pollination process by sending bees and insects to carry pollen from flower to flower.

If you plan to keep your tree inside, pollination will naturally occur, but you can us a cotton swab or small paintbrush to move the pollen from flower to flower.